A likely Samsung Galaxy A71s 5G passes FCC testing, may be a Verizon-only device
The Samsung Galaxy A71 5G is a version of the original A71 with more up-to-date connectivity. Similarly, it looks more and more like the SM-A716V, a device discovered thanks to some recent leaks, is derived from the newer phone in turn but with a different form of the latest bands. The FCC has contributed more evidence of this by certifying it as having millimeter-wave (mmWave) connectivity.
This suggests it supports the type of 5G that requires a relatively high volume of state-of-the-art mobile towers, such as those currently maintained by the carrier Verizon in the United States. Therefore, it seems the "Galaxy A71s" is headed to this carrier; in addition, the V in its model number is also indicative of this eventuality.
Accordingly, the phone may also have "UW" tacked onto its name at launch. Its new official leak does not provide any more insight as to its specs. However, it does offer a range of schematics that suggest it may not have the same chassis as its immediate predecessor: it measures 151.7 x 69.1mm in height and width with a diagonal length of 174mm, whereas the A71 is 162.5 x 75.5mm.